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Old 05-30-2013, 02:09 PM   #1
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Anyone have any pic's of their catch bottle configuration they care to share? I'm trying to get my CRF setup for some TMGP racing (one day). Not sure if I'm going to make it to the June race since the bike probably won't be ready by then, but maybe the July race.
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Anyone have any pic's of their catch bottle configuration they care to share? I'm trying to get my CRF setup for some TMGP racing (one day). Not sure if I'm going to make it to the June race since the bike probably won't be ready by then, but maybe the July race.
If you need help safety wiring the bike and installing the catch can, let me know.
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in post #7 in this thread, the bottom picture you can see my catch bottle on the swing arm... I will try and find some more pics on this forum of the bike to get a better look
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If you need help safety wiring the bike and installing the catch can, let me know.
yeah, I'll probably be needing some help with that if you can help. I was planning on letting a shop do it, but if you could help, that would be awesome I have no experience with safety wiring. Never done a track day or anything like that (maybe one day).

Concerning the catch can, do you just pipe the overflow line to it? I'm assuming the drain line on the bottom of the bowl doesn't need to be piped to it, correct?
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Obed, those forks looks sweet. The stock brakes are pretty pathetic. I bet that disc really helps out.
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No for the drain on the float bowl , I hid my bottles under the rear panels to look stealthy and protect them from impact
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Obed, those forks looks sweet. The stock brakes are pretty pathetic. I bet that disc really helps out.
if you are doing sprints the stock brake is not good, but it will do... you can carry the same corner speed but you have to brake earlier... endurance with stock brakes is a because the brakes will overheat and fade on you and you will have no brakes for the last hour of the race.
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You dont need brakes.
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Do you think EBC shoes would help at all? I might go ahead and put them on since they're only about $15.
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Do you think EBC shoes would help at all? I might go ahead and put them on since they're only about $15.
Yes... Are they the self cleaning shoes? Kitaco(sp) had some self cleaing shoes the would work great on a honda fiddy that would almost work like disk. Just more maint. is required to get the drum working well. Disk is so much easier and hastle free.
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Where in cypress are u? I'm off 529 and greenhouse area, I can swing by and help ya out.

On our endurance bike there just right behind the carb tied to the frame above the countershaft
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Rob, I live at Barker Cypress and Tuckerton, so I'm not but probably 3-4 miles from you. What'd you use for a bottle?
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guys use all kinds of bottles...anything that will hold liquid and you can put two small holes in, one for the line and one for a vent..
I have seen hair dye bottles,, energy drink bottles, model airplane fuel tanks...
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Rob, I live at Barker Cypress and Tuckerton, so I'm not but probably 3-4 miles from you. What'd you use for a bottle?
pill bottles, I will look to see if i have any extra laying around

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Thanks for stopping by today, Rob and giving me so advice/tips. Looking forward to getting out there with you guys.
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no problem Dustin, if you got anymore questions or need some help let me know
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So what else do you need to be race ready?
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I got to get the wheels trued, tires on (anyone got some 16's laying around?), safety wired, catch bottles put on. I think that's about it.
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